neil young & crazy horse - motor city (aka mo-tor ci-ty) - stereo edit
neil young & crazy horse - motor city (aka mo-tor ci-ty) - stereo edit
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neil young & crazy horse - motor city (aka mo-tor ci-ty) - stereo edit

Edit for headphones. A song from "Re-ac-tor", the fourth studio album with "Crazy Horse" (1981). Dubbed video *. I heard this song today for the first time and immediately liked it. O.k. it seems to have an easy bass pattern, but it has some stunning "motor" sounds which
were made with a Synclavier ** (that I emphasized a bit), a catchy tune and a great weaving solo guitar part. Moreover: it sounds like a
live, in one go recording! Hence the video.

Neil Young: guitar, piano, vocals. Frank Sampedro: guitar, stringman, vocals. Billy Talbot: bass, vocals. Ralph Molina: drums, percussion,
vocals.

MO-TOR CIT-Y
(Neil Young)

My old car keeps breaking down
My new car ain’t from Japan
There’s already too many Datsuns
In this town.

Another thing that’s bugging me
Is this commercial on TV
Says that Detroit
can’t make good cars any more.
Motor City.

Who’s driving my car?
Who’s driving my car now?
Who?

My army jeep is still alive
Got locking hubs and four wheel drive
Ain’t got no radio,
ain’t got no mag wheels
Ain’t got no digital clock
Ain’t got no clock.

The paint job is lookin’ blue
The white walls are missing too
But I guess until I get my car back
This will do.

Who’s driving my car now?
Who’s driving my car now?
Who?

Who’s driving my car now?

®© UMG

All rights reserved by the copyright owners. This nonprofit fan-made video is solely to promote awareness and interest in the artists and
the music.
This sound recording is administered by UMG. No copyright infringement is intended. The purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education, not for monetary gain.

* the original video is by 8xMissOctober https://www.youtube.com/user/8xMissOctober with a live perfomance of the song
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2q-k4X_H9o

** The original design and development of the Synclavier prototype occurred at Dartmouth College with the collaboration of Professor Jon Appleton, Professor of Digital Electronics, Sydney A. Alonso, and Cameron Jones, a software programmer and student at Dartmouth’s Thayer School of Engineering.
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Duration: 03:13
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Description
neil young & crazy horse - motor city (aka mo-tor ci-ty) - stereo edit

Edit for headphones. A song from "Re-ac-tor", the fourth studio album with "Crazy Horse" (1981). Dubbed video *. I heard this song today for the first time and immediately liked it. O.k. it seems to have an easy bass pattern, but it has some stunning "motor" sounds which
were made with a Synclavier ** (that I emphasized a bit), a catchy tune and a great weaving solo guitar part. Moreover: it sounds like a
live, in one go recording! Hence the video.

Neil Young: guitar, piano, vocals. Frank Sampedro: guitar, stringman, vocals. Billy Talbot: bass, vocals. Ralph Molina: drums, percussion,
vocals.

MO-TOR CIT-Y
(Neil Young)

My old car keeps breaking down
My new car ain’t from Japan
There’s already too many Datsuns
In this town.

Another thing that’s bugging me
Is this commercial on TV
Says that Detroit
can’t make good cars any more.
Motor City.

Who’s driving my car?
Who’s driving my car now?
Who?

My army jeep is still alive
Got locking hubs and four wheel drive
Ain’t got no radio,
ain’t got no mag wheels
Ain’t got no digital clock
Ain’t got no clock.

The paint job is lookin’ blue
The white walls are missing too
But I guess until I get my car back
This will do.

Who’s driving my car now?
Who’s driving my car now?
Who?

Who’s driving my car now?

®© UMG

All rights reserved by the copyright owners. This nonprofit fan-made video is solely to promote awareness and interest in the artists and
the music.
This sound recording is administered by UMG. No copyright infringement is intended. The purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education, not for monetary gain.

* the original video is by 8xMissOctober https://www.youtube.com/user/8xMissOctober with a live perfomance of the song
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2q-k4X_H9o

** The original design and development of the Synclavier prototype occurred at Dartmouth College with the collaboration of Professor Jon Appleton, Professor of Digital Electronics, Sydney A. Alonso, and Cameron Jones, a software programmer and student at Dartmouth’s Thayer School of Engineering.
Category
Entertainment, Music
Autoplay: No Yes